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Qatari PM: Country will stay involved in Libya “as long as necessary”

In a frank interview with Christiane Amanpour on ABC News this week, Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim al Thani has said his country is determined to stay involved in Libya until embattled leader...

This Week in Doha

Architecture + The Loss of Craft A lecture by architect Sara Shafiei, discussing the relationship of new architectural interventions in order to produce a contemporary style rich in textures, patterns and layers. Includes a...

Yemen ambassador: diplomatic relations with Qatar remain “normal”

Yemen’s ambassador Abdul Malik Saeed Abdou said he was recalled by his foreign ministry for consultations as a a matter of routine, the Gulf Times reported today: In a telephone interview with  Doha’s Arabic daily Arrayah,...

The people’s choice award for best cupcakes in Doha goes to…

Drumroll…. Tasmeem, with 73 votes and 59% of the total vote!  Congratulations to Qatar’s oldest and most favorite cupcake eatery, and thanks to all of you who participated in the poll. Now on to our giveaway… Tasmeem has...

Reporter from The National muses about Qatar’s role in the Arab Spring

@kshaheen: I'm struggling to find an analogy for Qatar in the Arab world today with its foreign policy. @kshaheen: Perhaps the best comparison for Qatar is the early era of Gamal Abdul Nasser and his...

UAE, Qatar to host world’s first “extreme sports” parks (eventually)

Qatar and the UAE are planning to open the world’s first “extreme sports” parks, according to an anonymous developer interviewed by Construction Week Online. The plan to is to get the parks up and running...
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